The Cost of Rehab

cost of rehab

If you looking for a help but are concerned about the cost of rehab, there are a few things to consider. The price of rehabilitation depends on a few factors, such as:

  • Type of facility –inpatient facilities costs more than outpatient treatment as they provide lodging, professional therapies and healthy meals throughout the day.
  • Location – is the rehab close or far from home, or in the mountains or beach
  • Size of program – is it a larger or smaller, and more intimate
  • Treatment options – detox and medications assisted therapy and aftercare
  • Duration of program – most rehabs are anywhere from 30 to 90 days
  • Amenities – on site gym, swimming pool and counseling

Addiction is expensive and it costs time, money and happiness. How do drugs and alcohol take so much from someone with an addiction?

 The Cost of Alcohol and Drug Abuse

When it comes to the cost of addiction, it’s important to remember that certain drugs and their availability is something to consider. Legal drugs may cost more or less than street illicit substances. Heroin is a cheaper option than most opiates. Alcohol is easily available and the prices range from cheap to expensive. The monetary cost of drugs and alcohol accounts for part of the total cost. Substance abuse hurts the user, their families and loved ones and the public that funds drug enforcements and treatment efforts.

Whatever the cost of treatment, the cost of alcohol and drug abuse is far greater than the cost of rehab.

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